Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton stops at Roswell Park Cancer Institute where the former New York senator said, ''we dreamed a lot of dreams together.'' Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
ROUGH CUT (NO REPORTER NARRATION) STORY: Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton returns to Buffalo, New York stopping at the Zebro Family Conference Center at Roswell Park Cancer Institute while on the campaign trail where she said, "we dreamed a lot of dreams together." The campaign stop comes less than two weeks before New York's nominating contest, and as the Democratic race for the Nov. 8 election has become increasingly heated as Clinton, stung by a string of losses in state contests, has traded barbs with her rival for the party's nomination, U.S. Senator Bernie Sanders, over who is better prepared for the White House. In Buffalo she turned the tables and asked her hosts asking what they view as future challenges and "what is the best way of overcoming them." "There are a lot of just, out of date, conventional thinking barriers about what is or isn't possible, in certain places, with certain people and I just think we have to throw all that out," Clinton said.